HVAC System and Home Sales

When it comes to home sales, your HVAC system can be a sticking point as easily as it can be a selling point. There isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach to addressing an HVAC system when planning to sell, but there are some tried-and-true strategies that you can employ depending on your situation. Below we’ve compiled ourContinue reading “HVAC System and Home Sales”

Allergies in the Custody Battle for Texas!

Spring and fall flow through quickly in the South. It seems like we go from Winter straight to Summer! With Winter and Summer “fighting for custody” over Texas, many of us are suffering from seasonal allergies. When seasons change in Texas, stepping outside can quickly trigger a sneezing fit or worse – especially in thoseContinue reading “Allergies in the Custody Battle for Texas!”

Texas Freezing Over Before Spring

While most parts of the country are preparing for Spring, Texas can often reach its lowest temperatures in February and March. Be proactive by following the five main tips below to prevent your HVAC from breaking down on your home this season. Tip 1: Get an HVAC Inspection As freezing weather persists, it is anContinue reading “Texas Freezing Over Before Spring”

Expecting Mothers and HVAC

With recent research showing that air pollution can significantly impact mothers and babies, pregnancy is a good time to consider your home’s heating, ventilating and air-conditioning (HVAC) system. Humidifiers and air purifiers can help with indoor air quality, but if the source of your air, your HVAC system, isn’t clean, those additional measures won’t matter. Continue reading “Expecting Mothers and HVAC”

Are Today’s HVAC Systems Short-lived?

Does it seem like the newer HVAC systems are short-lived? Especially those builder grade systems that give you problems within months. Does is seem like yours or maybe your parent’s system in the 80’s ran like a military tank? Surprisingly, systems today are built with better quality parts, better seals and better technology. Why wouldContinue reading “Are Today’s HVAC Systems Short-lived?”

Control your Thermostat Remotely

It’s an exciting time of the year!  Everybody is getting ready to celebrate the Holidays, each in their own way.  Some stay home and enjoy events around the community, but many travel to be with loved ones miles and miles away.  Whether you are away for the evening or away for a week, the benefitsContinue reading “Control your Thermostat Remotely”

Keep your Family Safe from Hazards

You’ve probably already tested your heater this season since we’ve had some pretty chilly days.  In addition to typical fire hazards, there are other dangers to consider throughout the cold season.  Many dangers associated with your furnace can be detected fairly quickly, but some can sneak up on you.  Here are a few things toContinue reading “Keep your Family Safe from Hazards”

Winter Home Care: Be Prepared!

Are you ready for Winter?  We’ve already seen some temperature drops, but we haven’t seen the worst of it yet.  This is Texas, so you never really know how harsh the Winter is going to be, but better to safe than sorry.  Here are 15 helpful tips to help prepare you for cold weather: MakeContinue reading “Winter Home Care: Be Prepared!”

2020 – Refrigerant Law Changes

We’ve blogged on this before, but as the year ends we want to remind you about the new law coming in 2020.  To recap: if your HVAC system requires the refrigerant “R22”, you will most definitely run into some trouble with maintenance… Your system may be maintained for a short period of time; however, inContinue reading “2020 – Refrigerant Law Changes”

Smells Coming from your Furnace

If you notice an odd burning smell when the heat turns on, it may be a sign that your furnace needs maintenance. It could be something as minor as a dirty filter, but it could also be a serious problem like a broken electrical component in the furnace. Don’t ignore it. Try to find theContinue reading “Smells Coming from your Furnace”